Thursday, September 15, 2005

Congresional Absurdity

Okay, I am not one to watch Supreme Court Nomination Hearings closely, but I do have a passing interest in this particular one. I want to share with my two loyal readers what has to be the epitome of absurdity in statements coming from a sentator at the hearings: I am not making this up, I copied it word for word from the New York Times article this morning.


"The American people are entitled to answers," said Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Democrat of Massachusetts.



Since there is at least one American family who is still waiting for our pal Ted to give some answers about one night when a car went off the road and a woman died, what gives him the moral right to make a statement like that with a straight face? I ask you?

Pax

3 comments:

Suzanne said...

You don't even want me to get into this...not really...I would need confession right away!

angelmeg said...

I know what you mean Suzanne. I just thought it was a statement that had to be pointed out.

Suzanne said...

Oh, yes, absolutely! It so absurd!